Weekends are the best, aren’t they?
That is, unless you work on the weekends, which makes your “weekend” something silly like Monday and Tuesday.Â I’ve been there. Â I was there – for the better part of seven years.
Regardless of how your schedule falls, Broncos headlines are here. Â Each and every day.
ESPN reports “progress” in the NFL labor talks. Â If reports are true, we may have a deal by early next week.
Jeff Legwold of The Denver Post writes about the joys of training camp – if and when.
Special Teams Coordinator Jeff Rodgers talks with Broncos TV about the proposed rule change to move kickoffs from the 30- to the 35-yard line.
Von Miller’s agent reacts to developments regarding the new rookie wage scale. Â The story is onÂ USA Today.
NFL.com further dissects John Fox’s comments last week about his “idea” of which quarterback will have the honors of starting for the Broncos in 2011. Â Bucky Brooks thinks if history is any indication, the answer is Tim Tebow.
A former Broncos player can’t leave the game behind – even 25 years after his retirement. Â Aurora Sentinel checks in on Louis Wright.
NFL Gridiron Gab speculates about free agent OL Ryan Clabo’s next team. Â It’s rumored Clabo wants to stay with the Falcons, but the Broncos may make a play for him. Â Clabo was with the Broncos before.
The Jimmer talks Tebowmania to Deseret News.
LA Times also has an article about Tim Tebow – and an even more famous Denver Broncos quarterback.
A former Broncos broadcast has died, reports Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
NFL Mocks spotlights top undrafted defensive players, and which ones the Broncos may pursue.
As reported by NFL.com, former Broncos WR Brandon Marshall, now with Miami, disputes reports of April’s stabbing incident. Â His wife is charged.
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